This Week at St. Mary's-in-Tuxedo
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Upcoming Calendar
The 10am Sunday service is offered in-person and online on Facebook (you do not need a Facebook account to participate).

Saturday, July 9
10am to 2pm - The Emporium is open
4pm - Memorial Service for Jim Cathcart

Sunday, July 10
8am - Holy Eucharist (spoken, at the St. Mark's altar)
10am - Holy Eucharist (with music and hymns)
11am to 1pm - The Emporium is open

Wednesday, July 13
10am - Holy Eucharist
From the Rector
Dear Parishioners and Friends,

One of the things that makes Tuxedo special is the lifelong connections and friendships that I have seen, developed over many decades. While things do change, and people move here and there, their bonds remain strong. While Pete and I have been here only five years, I know that we, too, will have treasured lifelong connections and friendships from Tuxedo, no matter where life takes us.

This weekend we will celebrate this special characteristic of our community as we honor the life and legacy of Jim Cathcart. Jim and his wife, Charlen, have been members of the Tuxedo community for decades. They were also once very involved at St. Mary's in everything from vestry, to choir, to Sunday school. In fact, it was Charlen who got our Sunday school program started in the 1970's. Their daughter, Freeda, even worked as our sexton in her teen years.

Besides their service to St. Mary's, many people have fond memories or rounds of golf and games at racquets. I hope that you can join us for Jim's memorial service this Saturday (details below).

Blessings,
Father Rick
917.658.6314

A Celebration of the Life of Jim Cathcart

Saturday, July 9 -- 4:00pm
St. Mary's-in-Tuxedo Episcopal Church
Child Watch Service
We are so pleased to announce the return of our child watch service. Parishioners attending our regular 10am service with any age child can avail of child watch. The child watch will be available in our newly designed family room located next to our offices. The service is available from 9:45am till 11am. Our young attendees are most welcome to join us and all our parishioners for coffee hour after service in Bentley Hall. Please call the office at 845-351-5122 for any further information.
Town of Tuxedo Summer Camp
This year the Town Camp is the only camp available as the school
district is not running a separate one, although some of the
activities will be based on the school campus. They are also very
excited to be returning to the WeeWah Beach Club to swim, play
volleyball and enjoy the sand!
The camp runs for five weeks from July 6th to August 12th; Monday
through Thursday with special outings scheduled for Fridays
This year, more than ever, there are families for whom the cost is
prohibitive: $660 for the first child and $560 for siblings. St Mary’s
Outreach is subsidizing the fees for these families who have been
recommended by the Guidance Counsellors. We will pay the sibling
rate and have asked the parents to contribute $100 per child.
We are subsidizing 15 children @ $460 each and would be very
grateful for donations towards the $6,900.
Please consider sponsoring a child or donating a part of the cost!
Thank you! Sue Heywood
St Mary’s Outreach Chair
Hymns on the lake
Join us for our annual Hymn Sing on the Lake
Click here to register for this free joyous event
Movie Nights
The second of our free Summer Movie Night series is starting Friday July 29th
Prayers of the Community

Parishioners we are praying for:
Barbara Beauregard
Bert Lucarelli
Bill Steinmann
Webb Turner
Kirby Warren

Friends and family members we are praying for:
Bishop Andrew St. John
Jessica Cromey Buck, niece of Fr. Cromey
Sam Catrini and daughter Kathy, friends of Sandy McGrady and longtime Tuxedo residents
Tom Glover, father of Elyse Fuller
John Kordel, friend of Fr Rick and Pete
Rob McQuilkin, longtime Tuxedo Park resident
Bob Myers, husband of Marie-Claude Wrenn
Allan Moli Ochieng, son of Elizabeth Ochieng
Brendan Pascarella, relative of Gillian Ballard
Richard J. Schineller, friend of Inger Grüterich
and former resident of Tuxedo
Nicholas Triantafillou, Grandson of Bill Steinmann 

The sanctuary candle is given for the Dixon Family
By the Bush Family


Prayer requests may be made at
(845) 351-5122 or info@stmtux.org.
Volunteers are needed for the Sloatsburg Food Pantry located in All Souls Community Church, 81 Washington Ave, Suffern, NY 10901


Please Contact St. Mary's info@stmtux.org (845) 351-5122 or The Sloatsburg Food Pantry sloatsburgfoodpantry@gmail.com (201) 394-0627 if you can help on any of the above dates. New volunteers click here to fill out your application form.
If you are someone you know are in need these are the available distribution times for June & July
Community Notices
Clean Up Lucky Skate Park Event - Saturday July 9th 10am-1pm
Meet the local Town of Tuxedo Police Department and Help repaint the skate ramps at Lucky Park
  • Paint and paint brushes will be provided
  • Light refreshments will be served
  • Bring your own chair
  • Rain date TBD
Location: Lucky Skate Park, 62 East Village Rd., Tuxedo, NY, 10987
Summer Concert Series
Scouts
From the Mountains to the Sea We Need to be Gas Free
Monday, July 11
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
St. Mary's in Tuxedo
Presenter Freeda Cathcart
Learn how individual and corporate actions to reduce natural gas use are making new gas infrastructure projects like the Mountain Valley Pipeline unnecessary. Con Edison (the parent company for Orange and Rockland) is an owner of the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Find out what actions you can take to create a new equitable and vibrant economy while protecting the environment. 
Freeda Cathcart grew up in Tuxedo Park attending St. Mary's. She lives in Roanoke, Virginia where she is a Director on the Blue Ridge Soil and Water Conservation Board. She has been sounding the alarm about the impending demise of the natural gas industry since 2014 when her article Free market will doom natural gas was published. Recently she was featured in the E& E ClimateWire article Meet the climate investor who challenged Warren Buffett and she succeeded in carrying the Dominion Energy shareholder resolution Report on risk and impacts of natural gas use that passed by over 80% at Dominion Energy's 2022 annual meeting. She is a Climate Reality Leader and the team coordinator for the Roanoke Mothers Out Front team. She is the founder of the Cancel MVP campaign that over 90 organizations representing over 2 million people have signed onto.
Friends of Sterling Forest Schedule of Summer Events
Farmers Market
Volunteers Needed
How to contact us...
Website: www.stmtux.org
Office: 845.351.5122
Physical Address: 10 Fox Hill Rd, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 637, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987